On Monday I posted a devotion called #Provision. I talked about the crazy story in Mathew 17:24-27 where Jesus provides tax money for Peter and Himself from a fish’s mouth! If you didn’t get to read it, you may want to now. [imic_button colour=”btn-primary” type=”enabled” link=”https://sherrystahl.com/provision/” target=”_blank” extraclass=”” size=”btn-sm”]Provision Devotion[/imic_button]
The devotion got me thinking about some of the amazing stories in the Bible where God provided for His people. I started writing them down and could feel the faith in my heart building as I researched, read and wrote. It’s been a really encouraging exercise for me to look up the verses and record the crazy ways God provided for others.
I’ve created a FREE download for you!
It’s a Quick Bible Study on God our Provider called:
12 Crazy Provisions From God
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I want to share these scriptures with you so you can be encouraged as much as I was! I hope you take the time to do what I did and
Record The Crazy, Amazing Provisions God Gave!
I believe that if you do, it will build up your faith! It’s not a fancy download; I’m not that techy yet, but it is easy to open and won’t use up your ink! It will bolster your faith!
After you’ve done the Bible Study
Come back and do what I’ve done. If this exercise reminded you of a past provision when God provided in a CRAZY way, I have a challenge for you!
Dare to share a time when God provided for your needs in an unexpected way?…… Record it in the Comment Section below and bolster the faith of someone else!
A few years ago my family was struggling with finding a respite worker for our son who is developmentally delayed. Out of the blue on a Sunday a dear lady in our church came up to me and said that she and her husband would like to be grandparents to our children and help us out with our youngest son.
What a blessing they have been to our family over the years! God provides for us right under our noses!
Now that’s the body of Christ working on all cylinders! Sorry for the car analogy…I’m a girl who grew up at the racetrack 🙂 Thanks for sharing Joan!